You could feel Mike Leake's pain. As the ball sailed out, he bent over and smacked the dirt.

Leake, the Reds' starting pitcher, had been one out from a complete-game, two-hit shutout when the Chicago Cubs' Bryan LaHair hit a two-run home run to tie the score at 2 and send the game to extra innings Tuesday at Wrigley Field.

"You hate to get two outs and then it be the last at-bat," Leake said.

"It got me at first. I'm glad we came back or I'd be wearing it even more."

The only consolation? TheReds went on to beat the Chicago Cubs 4-2 in the 13 innings before what was left of a crowd of 35,297 on a chilly, breezy night at Wrigley Field.

Dave Sappelt started the winning rally with a double, his third hit of game. Joey Votto got Sappelt in with his second double of the night.

Two outs later, Miguel Cairo singled in Votto.

Francisco Cordero closed it for his 31st save. It was career save No. 321 for Cordero, tying his with Jose Mesa for 14th on the all-time list. Cordero and Mesa are first among Dominican-born pitchers.

Leake faced only one batter over the minimum and had thrown only 74 pitches going into the ninth. He retired the first two hitters routinely, but Starlin Castro beat out a slow roller to third base. Leake fell behind 2-0 to LaHair, who launched the next pitch over the bleachers in right field for his first home run of the year.